There was a moment in my quilt making life where if it wasn’t hand quilted, it wasn’t a quilt. I’m a pretty good hand quilter. As with machine quilting the style has changed and become a bit more free form over time. Using Jinny’s book and video I learned how to hand piece. When the Perfect Piecer made it to the market that was the next tool purchased. I’ve used the perfect piecer to attach bindings to quilts as well as learn that accurate quarter inch so necessary in piecing.
Some of my machine quilting students are asking for some classes in hand work. If you’re interested in a class that will incorporate both hand piecing and hand quilting please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll work out a schedule that will work to the best advantage for all of us. As I’m teaching a beginner class at Hartsdale Fabrics for the Saturdays in October I’m thinking mornings before the class or afternoons after the class would be great. I need to check on a space to have the classes (I’d have it at Hartsdale however there are classes scheduled before and after me.)
at Hartsdale I’ll also be teaching
September 24 – One Day Freemotion Quilting
October 5, 19, 26 – Radiant New York Beauty – Paper Piecing
November 6, 13, 20 – One Block Wonder
November 2, 16, 23 – Twist and Turn Bargello.
Where there is a gap in dates this is a sewing week for the students.
Look forward to hearing from you soon!